Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, June 28, 1907, Page 8, Image 8',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , JUNE 28 , 1907
Foil SALIJ 320 ncree nbout miles of Snlem , upland. All fenced , new bouse 1 rooms ,
well and windmill , 150 nt-res cultivated , 20 nerea meadow , 8 acres limber , balance ptiatun *
C. Smith $10 pi r acre. Small pnyment down brilance 10 years time 5 per cent. A bargain.
. 110 to 120 neivs near Snlem , bottom land. Good terms. Alight rent for 1907. Handy
todfpotand tow n.
1(10 ( acres 2 miles of Pulls City. 160 acres 2A miles of SMhi. 1(50 ( neres Nuckolla C ) . ,
Neb. About 50 acres winter wheat , $10 per acre. 80 acres Brown county , Kas. , 7 milee
LANDS & LOANS southeast of Hiawatha. Will take small house in Palls City as part pay. Good terms.
200 acres U milfs Falls City , yood , fair house. 100 acres Johnson county , oed terms.
Mr . Morcdlth was In Fulls City Sat
Diiao Corn ' "it. * over from Vcrdon on
L. L. Barnes arrived from Fulrbury
Frml Shock wnsdown from Nebraska
W. W. Wcrtz of Minn vlsltco over
Sunday In town.
Gco. Wortz of St. Joe was In town
one day recently.
Al Unrrctt and wlfo were- county scat
Wm. Klneoy left Wednesday for a
visit In Falls City.
W. U. Ilunt arrived from Davenport
Iowa , Wednesday.
Fey French and Ira McCool drove to
Falls City Sunday.
Joe Wlndell and wlfo drove to tbo
county scat Thursday.
Mcsdamcs Sarah and Clark Jennings
went to Diiwson this weak.
Lllah Spurlock returned Wednesday
from n visit at Red Oak , Iowa.
Cass Moore and wlfo drovn to the
county seat the first of the week.
Dean WIndloand Halllo Kelly drove
to the county scat Thursday evening.
Clarence Mayflcld , Eugene Morcdlth
and. John McCool drove to the county
Mcsdamcs Wnilo Whltten und L. L.
Barnes went to the county scat Thurs
Alba Mobloy entertained a number
of his friends in honor of his birthday
Will Kcrshaw und wlfo and Abby
Mobloy drove to tbo county seat on
Mrs. S. II. Rogers arrived from Boll-
vllle , Ivans. , Friday to attend the
J. O. Ilorton returned home from ti
trip at Pluttsmouth , Nob. , and Glen
wood. Iowa , Thursday.
Mrs , M. L. Dowell was hostess at thi
regular meeting of the S. S. C. 01
James Polrson and Wm. Corn won
to the county scut Tuesday to rcsunu
their duties on the jury.
Mrs. Gco. Tlmmorman and cblldrci
of Colby , Kans. . arrived Wednesday t <
attend the Hunt-Allen wedding.
Mrs. Lllnh A. Jonnlngs nnd daugh
tcr nnd W. II. Davis and wlfo wont ti
GolTs , Kans. , Tuesday on u visit.
Josh Lord and wlfo and W. A. Grcon
wuld wore up from Falls City Sunda ;
to attend tbo funeral of Julo Smith.
Franklin Jones , tbo nlno-ycar-ol
sou ol Miles Jones , was playing with
bono grinder Monday when ho caugh
tbo Index finger of his loft band In tb
cog wheels. The finger was so badl
crushoil'that It was necessary to am pi
tnte It ut the first joint.
Hon. Julo Smith dropped dead at hi
homo about six miles south of Saloi
early Thursday evening. Ho bad bee
suffering from heart trouble for soir
time , but the end was unexpected an
cuino us a shock to his many friend
The funeral was bold at the Gospi
Union church Sunday afternoon au
tbo remains laid to rest in the Map
Will Sloan was n county scat vislU
Bud Pagu was over from Dawson t
Fay Simmons was a county scat vis
John Murks was a county scut vislti
Rev. Gardner was a Falls City vis
Theresa Armbruster was a Sale
F. W. Robb was a Lincoln visit
Wra. Mowcry of Stella was In town
short tlmo Monday.
Will Fisher and wlfo went to Fa
City one day this week.
Emmett James of Falls City was
town a short tlmo Sunday ,
Leon Barnes ol Salem was Intcrvlo
Ing old friends hero Tuesday.
. Alice Hasenyagcr came homo Su
day from her Falls City visit.
Trilla Gardner came homo In
Franklin , Xebr.to spend her vucatlc
Dick Smith and Fred Gibson made
IjuTiness trip to Falls City Wednesdi
Messrs. and Mesdames Marlon a
ent Arnold were county seat'vii '
Ada Leonard returned to her homo
lit WnUcflcld , Neb. , after a visit to
Mrs. Myrtle Edmunds of Stollu is
visiting ut the home of her uncle , Joe
Eatcs , und wife.
Chloe Wilkinson came home Thurs
day after spending ten duj > with
friends at Reserve , Kans.
Dave Clnrk accompanied by Muriel
Stewart nnd Vernu Wilkinson , drove
to the county scat Monday.
Mrs. Allen Combs and children came
up from tlorton , Wednesday. They
will make tholr future homo hero.
Mra. J. W. Cullen and daughter ,
Edith , and Mrs. D. A. Ramsey made u
business trip to county seat Wednes
n. J. Kcllcy Is assisting John Walker
Leo Bolojack was u business visitor
S. Brlsoy of Shubcrt was n business
Henry Leslie of Shubcrt wns u visi
tor hero Saturday' .
Mat Schulonburg was u Falls City
visitor on Tuesday.
Henry Wagner Is plastering for John
Walker this week. *
George Lewis of Shubcrt was a busi
ness visitor Friday.
Otis Spllcklcr Is suffering from u
felon on bis thumb.
J. P. King of Shubort wns scon on
our streets Saturday.
Wm. Splcklor cnmo over from Shu-
bert Saturday afternoon.
D. H. Woodrlng was u Falls City
visitor ono day ln = a week.
John Taylor of Dawson Is Visiting
with relatives ut this pluco.
Herbert Stokes of Stclln bus moved
Into the Homer Sullor place.
Hon. F. M. Shubcrt was a welcome
visitor In Barada on Saturday.
LyloNclTund Wlllln VanOsdol wore
visitors at Rockport , Mo. , on Friday.
J. II. Hull cnmo over from Vordon 01 :
Thursday to visit with 13. 13. Bolojack ,
C. 13 , Burgees und'wifo spent Sunduj
with tholr brother , T. F. Burgess and
Lloyil Mitchell und wlfo entcrtuinci'
Juntos Graham nnd wlfo Sunday a
Frank Boutmun and wife came ovei
from Shubort to do some shopping 01
Win. Gophurt und Herman Bower
of Vordon were business visitors hen
Cliff Hargor enjoyed a visit fron
his uncle , Mr. Single , of Shubcrt om
day this week ,
13. Goolsby of Monowl , Nebr. , wa
visiting with friends nnd relative
0. V. Cox of North Platte is spend
Ing u two weeks vucntlon with th
homo folk at this place.
o Mrs. Bert Cole who has been vlsltln
d relatives hero departed this wcok fo
3. her new homo at Bedford , Iowa.
T. F. Burgess this week moved hi
d family Into tbo Elder property , vacate
lo by Wm. Raines who has moved hi
family to the now homo just cast c
Mrs. R. J. Dunn returned Tuesdu
> r after a week spent in Falls City unde
the care of u surgeon. Mrs. Dun
found great relief In the recent opci
atlon she underwent.
I- J. S. Spieler unit wlfo. 13. 13. Bulk
and wlfo , C. H. Martin und wlfo. J. /
, r Martin , Mrs. Sarub Wllllnmson un
granduugblor , Miss Edna , atlcndc
Iho tabernacle meetings In Fulls Clt
County Superintendent , T. J Olive
wns up from tbo county scat Tuesdn
to meet the officers of Iho varloi
school districts hereabouts and sclll
up the pnst year work , und to instn
the newly elected officers.
The Woman's Homo Misslouai
Us Society met last week with Grandn
Seimerin ? and spent the day in qulltli :
In a very pretty quilt donated by Mt
Selmerlng to the society They m
this week with Mrs. Rejjlna Cox.
Anthony Buchholz was elected dire
tor of the Barada school district at tl
meeting on Monday lo take the pla
of Wm. Slaglo the out going office
At this tlmo plans we'ro laid for tl
building of a new room In connectic
with the old building and for oth
changes tbat will make more comfoi
able apartments for the school th
ad coming year. The improved com ]
tion Is one that will add greatly to tl
efficiency of work for next year.
Bnrnda will eelobrnlo this your In
her most royal mitnner. The Grotty
grove , ono half mile west of lown , has
been decided upon ns the most satis
factory locution. There will bo games
und umiis"rnets of nil or ,8. The ser
vices of thn Dawson band one of the
best In RU-hardson countv have been
secured for the day. Wo nrc not In
formed as to whom the spcukers uro
butcnn elate without hesitation that
those whom the commllteo select will
bo well worth hearing. The fireworks
display promises to be A.I. Como
early , stay late , and attend the best
celebration ever know In Barndu.
Harvey Peck wns u truest of H. A.
Born to John Roischlck'nnd wife a
girl , Juno 14 , 1007.
BORN" To J. W. Mnust und wlfo it
girl , Juno 14th. 1007.
Guy nnd Albert Burk spent Sunday
with John Hutchison.
Ed Klmmcl und family spent Sunday
with Ed Rucggo and wlfo.
Ida and Jennie Btirk spent Sundny
with their brother and wife.
Mrs. H. A. Burk wns u guest of Mrs.
N. Pock Monday afternoon
Chester McCunn visited a Sunday
with H. A. Burk and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller spent Tuesday
night with Perry Shaffer's.
John Nolto and family visited with
Martin Nolle and family Sunday.
Miss Hamplon of Kansas City is vib-
Ing her friend , Mrs. Guy Lichty.
Will Zenlncr and family were guesls
of Chas Zentncr and family recently.
Mrs. Will Cartlett and Mrs. Cha ° .
Stump visited with relatives Sunday.
Win. Huottncr and family spent
Sunday with Otto Huotlnor's family.
H. J. Prlchard and family spent ono
evening Ibis wcok with Geo.Prlohurd's
Claude Philllppland wife spent Sun
day with the family of Perry Shaffer.
Edna nnd Vcru Shnffer entertained n
number of young folks nt their home
Mlko Mell/.u und wife of Verdon vis-
iled with Clm ? . Zontner and family
Chaster Stump and family visited Ir
Verdon Sunday with Wes Stump anc
John Llchty and George Lewis , man
ngor of tbo tabernacle- Fulls City
were guests of F. S. Llchty nnd fnmllj
Vet-a Shnffer left Tuesday for No
braskn City for a few weeks visit with
Mrs. Chrlsl Zorn spsnt u portion o
lust week with her daughter , Mrs
Frank Llchty und family spent Sun.
day evening with the former's parent !
In Fnlls City.
Cora Fisher left for her homo ii
Fnlrbury , Nebr. , Wednesday after i
visit with relallves.
Aug. Haufen and family of Talmagc
Nobr.aro , vlsillng wlt'a Chas. Zentnei
and other relatives.
, Katlo Wolck enjoyed a visll fron
her brolber und sister of near Burud
ono day this week.
Tom Heckler and wife of Manley
Nobr. , came last week for n visit will
Mrs. H's daughter , Mrs. Earl Shaffer
n Ye acrlbo forgot lo mention the fac
before lhal H. J. Prllchard had pur
chased an automobile which Is a dand >
Mrs. Sam Fisher returned to he
homo lust Saturday at Fulrbury , Neb ,
ufter visiting u few days with relatives
Mrs. George Johnson and son\Valte
returned homo last Friday from Beal
rlco wherothey wont to visit her pai
cuts nnd lo attend the wedding of a si :
Rebecca Dodds returned to her bom
near Humboldt lust Saturday after
week's visit with her friend , Lul
Mrs. Frank Cook gave u blrthdn
dinner to u great many Sunday , it b <
Ing Mr. Cook's blrlhday. A good lira
Frank Uhlig und family went i
Dt Sioux City , Iowa this week lo alien
Iho wedding of Pholenu Yulzy u slsle
of Mrs. Uhllg.
Mr. und Mrs. Jusl nnd Mrs. Meyoi
left this wcok for their homes in Me ;
ersdalo , Penn. , after about two weef
visit In this vicinity.
Mesdames A. Kotierer , H. Schrlebc
in and Olio Huellner , sr. , left the latle
part of the week for a visit with Ton
Kollerer and parents at Horton , Kan
MUs Grace Herst of Lincoln spot
a lew days in this vicinity the first <
tbe week In tbe Interest of a Blbl
Normal to be held at Carlton , Nebr
Rlley Roberts Is now holding u po
sition In Fisher's barber shop.
Ncal klllolt IB now employed ns
nlghl engineer ut the Cooper it Linn
Sheriff W. T. Fenton was up from
Falls City on business the first of the
Repair work is being done on Ibo
general merchandise store of Boyd it
Phllpot it Tanner have sold their in
terest In the lumber yard at Burcbnrd
to Val Rauh.
Taylor Gore wns up from St. Joseph
Frldny shaking hands with his friends
in this locality
; Mrs. Will Lylle of Atcbison , Knns. ,
Is hero on a visit to her'parents , J. J.
I Turner and wlfo.
C. H. Wilson is home from Seward ,
] where ho had cone to atlend the state
O. T. Little and family atlendod the
funeral of tbo former's sister in Paw-
nco City Thursday.
Ncal Sklllett Is the possessor of u
new automobile , which he recenlly
purchased in Lincoln ,
C. L. Hummel was in Lincoln the
last of the week atlending a meetlng'of
the banker's association.
Ada Volts arrived In tbe city Salur-
. day from Granl , Neb. , for u visit with
former Humboldt friends.
j Lloyd Reid who had been making
' friends in this city a visit returned
I Friday lo his home in Lincoln.
| Col. M. W. Harding relumed home
. the latter part of the week from DCS
j Molnes , Iowa , where he had been cryIng -
Ing u sale.
| Joseph Williams and family now oc
cupy the property which ibey recent
ly purchased of Frank Hnizdn on Ccn >
Master Albert Rebcr of Kansns Cltj
is visillng friends in Ibis vicinity ; be
will probably remain during the sum'
' mer vacation.
I Virgil Smllh , who holds a lucrative
i position with a wholesale grocery house
i In Lincoln , spent Sundny with rein1
lives In Humboldt
M. M. Sterns und sister , Mrs. Lev ;
Davis , arc enjoying a visit at the borne
' of a brother In Oklahoma , having lefi
' for thul place last week.
I Mrs. Myrtle Henley , who has beer
visiting relatives und friends In Hum
boldt for several weeks , returned the
last of tno week lo her home In Omahn
i Harry Humphrey has resigned hi :
position in Fisher's bnrber shop and I
now employed In Frank Sherman's
, place of business on the north side o
Roy Corn recently wont up lo Mid
land , South Dakota und will spend th
summer with his mother , Mrs. Belli
Corn , who is residing on a claim nea
George A. Lee , who has been en'
joying a week's visit with his parents
John Leo and wife , In Humboldt , re
turned to Spokane , Wash. , where h
Is practicing law.
Mrs. Frank Dlnuczzo of Omaha wa
hero several days the last of the week
being called to IhU place by ihe seri
ous Illness of her grandfather , Bci
Leatherman , easl of town
During the absence of the proprietor
A. L Shaffer , the billiard hall on th
south sldo of Ibc square wns robbed c
815 last Thursday noon. Mr. Sbaffc
Is quite confident as lo Iho identity o
Iho guilty person.
The annual school election was hcl
In the high school assembly room o
Monday evening. The lerms of ]
Shirley and Dr. W. F. Carver expire
Ihls spring. Mr. Shirley was re-oleote
for u second lorra , and L. F. Marburge
was elecled In place of Dr. Garver. ]
. was decided at this meeting that musi
should bo taught In the school the ct
suing year , under Iho dlrecllon of
V ' '
Cards were received m this city th
Q past week announcing the marriage e
ono of Humboldt's most charmin
o ! young ladles , Lulu Harding , to Edwl
d j E. Smith , the event being solemnize
ir at tbe homo of Chancellor Alsworth i
' Belhany , Neb. Immedlaloly after th
's ceremony the couple departed for
. ' visit with friends in Talmage an
Humboldt , and after August 1st will I
ir at home to their friends at 131 Mont *
r Cal. , where Iho groom has recenll
y been placed In charge of tbo Chrlstia
s. church. The bride is a daughter (
it our townsman , E. M. Harding , an
if last year completed a course at Cotnc
o universlly. the groom receiving h
diploma from the same Instllullon
few weeks ago.
This community wns shocked Mon
day morning upon learning that one of
the prominent resident ! ) of the town ,
Henry D.ivls , for a qunrter of n cen
tury nlj'ht cnglncur tit the Cooper &
Linn mills , had been frouml dead , nt
an curly hour by the day lircmun , Will
Lonneke , lying face downward , with
several gushes In Ihe buck of his hcnd ,
which it is supposed was Inflicted by a
piece ol Ihe machinery. Rclallves
were immediately notified nnd the re
mains were taken to the home of his
nughter , Mrs. Ella Atwood. It is
iresumed that death occurred before
nidnigbt , as his lunch had not been
aten and the fires bad died out. The
Icccuscd wns a native of Stratford ,
3ngland , coming to this country with
ils parents when five years of age , und
ocatlng at Albany , New York , coining
o Humboldt , Neb. , i.i the year 1882 ,
and since Ibnt time bus been employed
it the Cooper it Linn mill , with the
xception of n few years spent in
rclghting from Humboldt to Denver.
Ho Is survived by u wife nnd two chil-
Ten , Mrs. Alia Atwoodnsslstnnt casher -
er of the Humboldt National bank ,
ind W. J. Davis , who has been located
at Armstrong. B. C. , for several
nonlbs. Funeral services will not bo
arranged until the absent son is henrd
rom , but will probnbly not be held
J. T. Ea&ley was a Falls City vlsllor
Mrs. Bowker was n Falls Clly visitor
ProfWltman departed for Kansas
Clem Davis was a St. Joe passenger
Leslie Inks and Grnce Harding spent
S. Bunker of Fortescue wa a visitor
Saturday n'ght. '
Ira Perry of Missouri was n business
Mrs. O. Graham was u Fulls City
visitor last Saturday.
P. N. Frederick of Preston spent last
Friday night in Rulo.
Mr. Swain was renewing old acquaintances -
May Edgecomb of York is visiting
ier father this week.
J. A Hinkle and wife were county
sent visitors Monday last.
Mrs Edgecomb is shingling her house
occupied by John Burk , jr
W. W. Chinnock of Wymore wns In
Rule n short time Monday.
ChnrlieHuber was a St. Joe visi'or
the latter part of the week.
Iva Johnson returned from a visit to
Humboldt the first of the week.
Herman Kleopfel was a county capl-
tel visitor the first of the week.
U. T. Duncan shipped a carload ol
hogs to St. Joseph Monday night.
John Arkman relurned from a vlsll
in St. Joseph the last of the week.
Wm. Tangney and family from the
country visited Rule friends Sunday.
H. Bryant of the big lake was a vis
itor In this city Saturday afternoon.
H. H. Mann returned recently from
a visit to his molher In Boon county.
Mrs. Annie Godfrey and children ol
Kansns City is visiting friends In this
Mrs. W. M. Vasllnc and daughter
Vernn , were county seat visitors las'
Earnest Koolerund daughterMable ,
of Fargo were visiting friends here
Sam Goolsby of Rushbotlom trans
acted business hero the laller part 01
Mrs. Johnson and lltllo son of Hast
Ings Is visiting her parents , Mr. unc
Alice and Alta Gilbert came dowi
from Fulls City to spend Sunday will
Dosla Boerner went to St. Josepl
for an extended visit with friends a
O. L. Dickerson of Lincoln wu
looking nfter business interest her
the last of the week.
George Jarrott of St. Joe came ii
Sunday night to work for B. Andersoi
on the river bridge.
A. E. Gantt of Wymore , chief trail
dispatcher lor the Burlington , was i
visitor one day last week.
Harrv Splcer and wife of Bellvlew
Nebr , , arrived in Rule Wednesda ;
morning to visit friends.
Claud Yocum and wife have been
visiting the hitter's parents , Thomas
Alkmnn nnd wife , the past wook.
Joslo Murphy came homo from Peru
to spend afew duy- * with home folks ,
and returned to her studies again Mon
Mrs. John Seller * nnd uhlldron of
Falls Clt\ were tlio guests of James
Kcrmodo and wlfo Saturday and Sun
Henry Harding and daughterGraoe ,
depnrlcd Monday , morning lo St Joe "I
for a , week's visit with friends at thnt |
Fred Marsh of Tellerlde. Colorado ,
arrived in Rule last week for a month s. -
or six weeks visit with relatives and '
John Chancy says fishing along tbe
Nemaha is poor sport as the only bite ?
ono gets is mosquito bites , and they
The Merry-go-round people pulled
up stakes Monday and shipped their
outfit to Auburn where they will re-
mnln several dnys.
Mrs. Roy Hnriand two children ol
St. Joeph who have spent the past two
months with Rule friends , departed for
tholr home last Wednesday.
General Superintendent By ran , F.
T. Darrow and I. S. P. Weeks , all ol
Lincoln passed through hero Friday on
a tour of inspection over the Wymore
Monday afternoon the annual school
meeting was called for the purpose of
electing members for Iho board H.
Edgecomb and Jeff Gilbert were
Agnes Schrader lost her pocket book
containing $45 In Rule last Saturday
night. She missed it u few minutes
afterwards , and was fortunate enough
to find It.
The worst electrical storm of the
season struck this section Saturday
night , followed by another ono Monday
nltrht which was accompanied by a mr
Sfctfiin Foreman Wako and men of
Fortcbcuu tinlouded coal for the pump
station hare last Friday , Rule section
men all being at White Cloud with the
Ella Carpenter and Melva Kern de
parted for Beatrice Monday. They go
as D. of H delegate to the District
Convention , which convener at that
place this week.
Mrs , H. II. Mann and duugUer ,
Irene , returned Saturday from a two
months visit with relatives inPlj raoutb
and other points in Nebraska. Mrs.
Mann rolurns much improved In bealtt.
Mr. Larrow of University Place ha
been engaged ns principal of the Rule
public school the coming terra : ho
spent several days in Rule in u business
way , und expects to spend the rest of
the summer In New York.
A sawmill firm located at Cre&ton. ,
lown , this week bought the old engine
which has been used for years to
pull the Atchison freight betweenRulo
and Atcbison. They look it to pieces
Tuesday and shipped the parts to
Chicago to be overhauled.
Henry Scott went to Goff , Kansas ,
on Wednesday of last week and return- x"
cd borne Saturday accompanied by
Mrs. Scott. He wns married while
absent and his marriage , vas a sur
prise to bis friends here , but the sutv
prise dues not prevent them wishing
tbe happy couple , long life and pros
During the storm Monday nlglu Gee
Hlnklc of Forlescue , brother of J. A.
Hlnklc of this place , received u shock
from Hgtnlng. which burned one of
his hands and arm severely. They
had retired and the bolt came
through Ibe window , burning a hole
In the sheet and through tno mattress ;
also melting u portion of tbe springs.
Mrs Hinttle was not injured in the
The convent closed their school year
last Thursday and on that evening gave
an entertainment in Miles' opera bouse
A large crowd was in attendance , and
were rewarded by an excellent pro
gram , consisting of dialogues , reclta-
lions , lableau and music. All were so
well rendered that It would be hard
to choose the best. One of the pleas
ing features of Iho entertainment was
two drill , one executed by eight small
boys and the other by girls. The band
also gave several selecllons which were
Mr. Tom Sare is over from
Mound Citv , Mo. , visiting his
daughter , Mrs. Grant Sperry. >
HcfCame in from Colorado re
cently where he has lived most
of the time for his health.